Isabel is Co-Fund Manager for Aviva Investors’ European Real Estate Long Income Fund (E-RELI Fund). She is responsible for supporting the Fund Manager in delivering the Fund’s strategy including progress of asset management and value-add initiatives, and sourcing and managing acquisitions for the Fund. Isabel is also part of the dedicated RELI Origination Team where her role is to source and create investment opportunities across a variety of assets in the RELI space for the UK and European RELI Funds, and to manage transactions through to completion. She is responsible for leveraging the established UK RELI platform and expertise to support the continued growth of the E-RELI Fund.
Experience and qualifications
Isabel has over a decade of real estate experience working on both equity and debt transactions in the UK and Europe. Prior to joining Aviva Investors, she worked at PWC where she was a lead real estate advisor on high value acquisition, funding, and restructuring transactions in the UK and mainland Europe, advising both investors and lenders. Before PWC, Isabel worked at Cushman and Wakefield in the valuation and investment agency teams.
She holds a BSc (Hons) in Economics & Economic History from Bristol University, an MA in Property Valuation & Law from Cass Business School and is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS).
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